My grandpa had a galvanized four frame extractor from kelley bees, and we borrow an identical one of similar age now. It has a sloping bottom, drains easily, is easy to crank (I helped when I was six or seven, I think, doing the cranking and was told to slow down).
I believe the exact same extractor is available today from Kelley's in stainless steel. Not cheap, but should last through quite a few decades of use with no trouble other than replacing a top bearing.
Grandpa had between a dozen and two dozen hives -- I don't remember the number, since we were not allowed to play in the apiary and Mom doesn't have any pictures that I've found so far. He had those hives from the late 20's until the late 60's, and extracted #3 washtubs of honey with that four frame extractor.